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the community

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upper classes

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persons as an organized body

a group of people united in a relationship and having some interest, activity, or purpose in common

a pleasant association among people

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Moreover, because dominants leave more offspring than subordinates, any genetic basis for a desire for dominance will persist in a population, explaining why the desire to become a dominant persists in all human societies.
The invisible hand was Smith's theory of social cooperation in human societies.
Islam, he said, has succeeded in "penetrating all layers of humanity" and continues to spread among all human societies.
London, July 21 (ANI): It was only 30,000 years ago, when life expectancy began to grow, that grandparents came into being and helped early human societies to expand, researchers have revealed.
Substitute parents; biological and social perspective on alloparenting across human societies.
She used often-strained metaphors of human societies as different sorts of energy transmission systems throughout the book.
In modern human societies, democratic political machinery seems clearly to be the best way to achieve the optimal balance between conformity and individuality.
a)"Prevent cruelty to animals kept in human societies and protect them from suffering"
The more elaborate assemblages of goods found in Upper Paleolithic graves, he argues, indicate the increasing complexity of human societies, not a fundamental change in the human mind.
Stevens, a science writer for The New York Times, explores our recent crop of storms and heat waves and suggests that the evidence pointing to fossil fuels and global warming continues to mount Tracing the long history of climatic changes and their impact on human societies, Stevens incorporates fascinating accounts of disastrous and extreme weather while offering a persuasive case that we need to be concerned about what we are doing to our climate.
Studying kinship therefore reveals the 'underlying practices' that give fundamental structure to human societies, and without that, one simply cannot, in Sabean's opinion, begin to comprehend the past.
A frenzy of rumors has put the blame for the killings not on wolves but on werewolves, the half-man, half-wolf creatures that have stalked their way through folklore for about as long as human societies have existed.
The over-riding conclusion of this assessment is that it lies within the power of human societies to ease the strains we are putting on the nature services of the planet, while continuing to use them to bring better living standards to all," said the MA board of directors in a statement, "Living Beyond Our Means: Natural Assets and Human Well-being.
London, Jan 12 (ANI): Large babies shaped the development of modern human societies, according to a new study.